Calendaring heats up

Steven Sinofsky, check this out! (Steven is the guy who runs the Microsoft Office team and I believe is the highest ranking blogger currently at Microsoft).
I just was given access to an early version of 30 boxes and it’s going to be hot when it comes out. I have one word for my first trial: wow.
Thomas Hawk has the details. It’s beautiful. I wish Microsoft would buy this company and build this into Office Live and Windows Live.

Along this topic Scott Mace is doing a “Calendar Swamp” blog and is asking questions about the calendar that’ll come with Windows Vista. Steve Makofsky is blogging about the new Windows Calendar (those screen shots look awesome!) I’ll definitely follow up there with a video. I just subscribed to Calendar Swamp. Calendaring is joining mapping as an interesting space to watch.

61 thoughts on “Calendaring heats up

  1. How about this new windows calendar? How does it look like? I have not seen it yet, but I have heard a lot about this calendar. I guess it comes with windows vista. I am using xp yet. So I cannot use it now. I planning to take the windows 7. I guess it has the cool calendar.

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  3. Isn’t it ironic that the picture at the top of the page includes one of the oldest living organism on the planet, and the subject of this thread is calendaring.

    Can the 30B calendar express dates in tree rings?

  4. Isn’t it ironic that the picture at the top of the page includes one of the oldest living organism on the planet, and the subject of this thread is calendaring.

    Can the 30B calendar express dates in tree rings?

  5. Decrease the supply (because some moron overestimated interest in Japan), and call it “huge interest”. You stole this from the Apple playbook as well.

  6. Decrease the supply (because some moron overestimated interest in Japan), and call it “huge interest”. You stole this from the Apple playbook as well.

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